WNC Headlines Edition

Eco-Terrorism In Alabama?

(John Hinderaker) This story hasn’t gotten anywhere near enough attention. Dr. John Christy and Dr. Roy Spencer are eminent climate scientists. They are realists who have done much to demolish the hysterical claims of the politically- and financially-motivated climate alarmists. Both Dr. Christy and Dr. Spencer teach at the University of Alabama Huntsville, where there was a left-wing “march for science” last Saturday. The march passed near by the National Space Science a...
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“The global effort to flatter Ivanka” [With Comment by John]

(Paul Mirengoff) That’s the title of this article by Amy Davidson of the New Yorker. It would be difficult to deny that such an effort is underway, as Davidson shows. The effort makes great sense. From all that appears, Ivanka Trump has influence with her father. Along with her husband, who apparently has become very influential, she is viewed as a force for moderation in the White...

London terrorism suspect a former ‘humanitarian activist’

Yesterday, police in London arrested a man who was carrying two knives near the Parliament building on suspicion of planning an attack. Today police revealed he is 27-year-old Khalid Mohamed Omar Ali. According to the Guardian, just a few years ago Ali was a “humanitarian activist” who participated in an aid convoy to Gaza: Counter-terr...

North Korea fires ballistic missile after release of video showing missile attack on U.S. Capitol

North Korea fired a ballistic missile today which apparently exploded in mid-flight over the Sea of Japan. This latest launch comes amid a tense atmosphere in which North Korea has created videos showing the destruction of the U.S. Capitol. From Fox News: The missile has been assessed to be a KN-17, a former Scud missile that official...

Another pro-life win: Trump appoints Yoest to top HHS post

Expect the communications strategy at Health and Human Services to take a sharp turn toward life. Donald Trump appointed Dr. Charmaine Yoest, a longtime pro-life advocate, to a key position at HHS: President Donald Trump Friday said he would name one of the most prominent anti-abortion activists in the country to a top communications post at Heal...

The Dems Forget That Tax Cuts By Themselves Work! Ask Reagan, Kennedy!

Political Cartoons by Gary Varvel ...

First Amendment, Not Welcome On Campus

Political Cartoons by Glenn McCoy ...

The Way To Get Tax Reform Done

Political Cartoons by Henry Payne ...

Kim Yong-Un Keeps Pushing The Envelope. Is He Crazy Enough To Push For War? Is This Population Control For Him?

North Korea test-fires ballistic missile,  appears to have failed: South Korea ...

The Press Still Does Not Get Trump. A Better Question Would Be Why? Here Are Some Reasons

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“The global effort to flatter Ivanka”

(Paul Mirengoff) That’s the title of this article by Amy Davidson of the New Yorker. It would be difficult to deny that such an effort is underway, as Davidson shows. The effort makes great sense. From all that appears, Ivanka Trump has influence with her father. Along with her husband, who apparently has become very influential, she is viewed as a force for moderation in the White...

Trump Is More Trusted than Political Media

(John Hinderaker) Well, to be fair, almost anyone is more trusted than the national political media. Morning Consult reports on a poll of more than 2,000 Americans: Thirty-seven percent of Americans said they trusted Trump’s White House to tell the truth, while 29 percent opted for the media. ...

State Department to Nikki Haley: Before you say anything important on foreign policy, clear it with us first

Inevitable, especially now that North Korea is front and center in U.S. foreign policy. Mixed signals are dangerous in normal diplomacy, potentially cataclysmic when dealing with a nuclear-armed cult. An email drafted by State Department diplomats urged Ms. Haley’s office to rely on “building blocks” written by the department to prepare her remarks. ...

Africa in the news: Nigeria introduces new foreign exchange window, U.S. Defense Secretary visits Djibouti, and Burundi denies access to WFP convoy

By Amy Copley Nigeria’s central bank opens a new foreign exchange window to attract investors On Monday, the Central Bank of Nigeria introduced a new window for investors and exporters to engage in foreign exchange trading. The platform—called the Investors’ and Exporters’ FX Window—aims to boost the av...

Donald Trump’s first 100 days and Africa

By Mariama Sow Saturday, March 29, marks the 100th day of Donald Trump’s presidency. Many media outlets have analyzed the start of the presidency and its significance for the American people and U.S. foreign policy.  Prior to inauguration, the Trump administration’s views on Africa were re...

How Horrible! There Should Be No Mention Of The USA On Any Money Given To Freeloaders! The US Is Going To The Dogs

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Le Pen Could Join Trump As A Winner

FRENCH SCIENTIST WHO PREDICTED TRUMP, BREXIT SAYS MARINE LE PEN COULD WIN Analyst with history of accuracy cites overlooked phenomenon Chris Tomlinson | Breitbart - APRIL 28, 2017 ...

Trump: ‘eight-year assault on your Second Amendment freedoms’ is over

Today, President Trump became the first president since Ronald Reagan to speak to the National Rifle Association. His message was simple: The Obama era is over and gun owners now have a “true friend” in the White House. From NBC News: “The eight-year assault on your Second Amendment freedoms has come to a crashing end,” Trump told the member...

UNESCO’s Next Move Will Be To Declare All Of Israel Arab Territory! Such Fools!

UNESCO Crosses the (Green) Line: New Resolution Would Deny Israel’s Sovereignty Over West Jerusalem, Too By Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz April 27, 2017 , 1:30 pm ...

Trump Is Accomplishing More Than The Opposition Wants Unfortunately A Tiny Minority Of His Supporters Feel He Has Not Gone Far Enough

Sarah Palin Grades First  100 Days of Trump Admin Source: Breitbart  by: John Hayward 1 ...